loudQUIETloud: A Film About the Pixies

loudQUIETloud: A Film About the Pixies

By Steven Cantor & Matthew Galkin

  • Genre: Steven Cantor & Matthew Galkin
  • Release Date: 2006-11-07
  • Advisory Rating: NR
  • Runtime: 1h 25min
  • Director: Steven Cantor & Matthew Galkin
  • Production Company: Cactus Three
  • iTunes Price: USD 7.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
From 16 Ratings


In the history of modern American music there are few bands like the Pixies. Theirs was an unparalleled musical path, influencing countless others despite modest financial success. In 1992, their chief songwriter and vocalist Black Francis announced his intention to quit via a blunt facsimile. That, it seemed, was that. But to the amazement of everyone, the Pixies reunited in 2004. loudQUIETloud is the story of this unforeseen plot twist -- a deeply compelling portrait of four band members and their difficult, tense and ultimately triumphant return. From the first rehearsal to the final bow nearly one year later, the press-shy Pixies granted unprecedented access to award-winning directors Steven Cantor and Matthew Galkin. The result is an insider's perspective on the Pixies, their relationships with family, fans and each other, and the combustible dynamic when the four members come together on stage.




  • Love The Pixies!!

    By Punk Rock Gen
    What a great insight into the lives of the band members and some pretty awesome live performances as well! The Pixies are still one of the most influencial rock bands and it's easy to see why after watching this!
  • The still got it

    By friedfish
    Any fan of the Pixies can't go wrong renting or buying this. It's amazing how good they still sound in spite of themselves. An amazing journey into what has to be one of the most dysfunctional bands of all time, yet one of the greatest of all time. Enjoy!!!
  • lQl

    By iamtriangled
    Any pixies fan should enjoy this movie. It has kind of a sad, empty feel to it as we see how distant the four of them are around each other. Some great insights, some sad...regardless its worth a watching.